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Originally posted by Helious
It does not matter if Mitt or Obama win this election, if it's not Ron Paul and things continue on the way they are and are headed, the revolution will happen anyway. America and largely the world can't continue the way it currently is. The people will dictate the want, the need and the ends to that purpose, the way it has been through out history.
Originally posted by fictitious
I finally exercised my right to vote today, and I voted for Ron Paul. I'm surprised he didn't pull in any more votes, especially in his own state. He had a good run!
Originally posted by bl4ke360
Romney hasn't clinched anything, where is the proof he has that many delegates anyway? There is none, which is why you have to wait until the convention to see how many delegates he has. Not to mention the possibility that his delegates don't even have to vote for him.
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Southern Guardian
That's pretty close. Are all the districts in? Becuase if he drops to 69 percent he doesn't have enough for the nomination. Not that it matters anyway the popular vote has just been a game for several months now.
Originally posted by TinfoilTP
The results are in and the game is over, finally.
Romney wins by a landslide.
The real contenders dropped out long ago with only a fringe candidate, who was out of money and stopped campaigning, left at the end of the race to lose in his home State. That is how the final step to the magic number will be remembered in history for this election cycle.
1144, Ron Paul no more.